The Daily Express published its ‘Prostate Cancer New Year’s Resolution’ article on the 6th February, raising awareness for prostate cancer and urging men across the UK to get a baseline PSA test to detect for possible symptoms of the disease.
Commentary within the article includes quotes from Professor Stephen Langley and Clinical Nurse Specialist Claire Deering at Royal Surrey County Hospital, as well as real-life cases from two patients who have since been successfully treated for their prostate cancer with low dose rate brachytherapy; Chris Stone and Bill Morris. We are hugely grateful for all their contributions as we continue to campaign to raise awareness.
Prostate cancer is one of the most important men’s health issues at the moment! The article highlights and educates readers on what a PSA test is; its benefits; and how what were historically perceived as potential risks are now negated by advances in further screening methods. Given their greater risk profiles men over the age of 50, those who have a family history of prostate cancer, or are of an African or Caribbean origin are encouraged to get checked.
To read the full article visit: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/1082818/prostate-cancer-symptoms-signs-UK-treatment-PSA-test-screening?fbclid=IwAR34ZWOMw73l0MxBEeFfM4JNRgO8GWGMHbZ6953m9OQS4FM_OZItugCWTko
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